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debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
the plant with red on edges of leafs what is it called
What is the name of the blue short plant on the very back?
Can you give a brief list of all the plants that were used
Beautiful display of drought tolerant plants by artistic hardscape
Love these plants for front and/or back yard. Like pop of color too.
especially in a small space. The needle-fine blue fescue grasses look soothing as a carpet beneath bold-shaped, red-tinged Kalanchoe, also known as paddle plant. I'm not certain which cultivar the designer used, but one that's similar is the aptly named Kalanchoe thyrsiflora 'Bronze Sculpture'.
“Flowers” — Matcene Hopkins-Kubler
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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Tim Davies Landscaping
What's the name of the plant, can you please tell me?
The plantings behind the Agave's are Australian native rainforest LillyPilly, Acmena Smithii. Mike Anthony Landscape Designer
Love these in a mass planting
Like the plants behind the built in seating. The wood is beautiful too.
thedse seats with plants
planting and seating
Raised bed single plant type
Balcony plants...group planting...Bench and plants...Plants agave...mass planting
“bench seating planter box” — letiziagrace
Landscape Design Associates of Westchester, Inc.
Varios Plantings
The plants in front are Agastachae and the grasses behind are Maiden Grass, Miscanthus Sinensuis Gracillimus... Thanks, Bill
plants in front are Agastachae and the grasses behind are Maiden Grass, Miscanthus Sinensuis Gracillimus.
Tall grass behind lower plant.
Mass planting, layering
plantings above stone wall
Mass planting...Wall and plants...rock wall, plants...Layers of plants...Varios Plantings...Various plantings...mass planting...en masse
“Agastache and maiden grass” — East Chop Gardens
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
Residential home
What type of plant is the one to the right of the photo?
On the tall plant to the right in the photo with the bushy blonde color on the top? I love it
grasses on the left and right are miscanthus varieties --- an exotic invasive. They are threatening our natural areas in MD. I'd advise against planting these.
cottage style---way to many plants here don't worry about that. I plan on using shrub border to create a low maintenance plan. but the style of massing shrubs together in a overlapping pattern to creat interest and depth is a valid one.
privacy screen of tall plants ? for hot tub
ways to create some friendly privacy so that your message is still one of, "Hello, neighbor!" and not that you've built a stockade. Try some soft plantings near the street or sidewalk, and aim to have the overall height of these beds hover around the waist or the chest. Anything taller, with the exception
“Front yard” — beuti
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
Entry garden with deer resistant plantings: boxwood, Japanese forest grass & nepeta. Pea gravel courtyard & flagstone walk.
Could you tell me the name of the plant with light green leaves please
Gorgeous... do you recall what you have planted in the planters on the porch? Any insight is appreciated as I am looking for large scale shaded plants for my planters.... thank you!
Actually, I take no credit for the plants in the containers as my client planted them!! I think they are coleus and begonias and abutilon (flowering maple) with a big fern in the back. For shade containers I love to plant Angel Wing Begonias.
- hakonechloa macro 'Aureola'. Best in part shade. One of my favorite plants!
I meant the plant with light green almost yellow leaves spilling onto the pathway
“The suggested deer resistant plants actually work in my part of New Jersey! Many other DR suggestion” — jerseyhome
Carson Douglas Landscape Architecture
7 Reviews
William Joyce Design Southern California Vineyard
What are these plants called & do they grow in the shade?thanks!
inquiry. These plants are drought tolerant and coastal tolerant. You can find the specific names above in this trail of comments. If you need help with other plants for Orange County, feel free to give us a call and we can help you out.
I live in Newport Beach on the back bay and I must plant orange county
county Coastal drought tolerant plants, is this what these are? Could you give me a list of names of these plants? Thank you.
I'm afraid i don't think it would be hardy in zone 5. I wouldn't plant it anywhere that gets below 20-30 degree F at any point in the year because the leaves will freeze.
great desert plants, love the low maintenance aspect; rocks etc.
“Salvia Indigo Spires” — rnold5
Costello Kennedy Landscape Architecture
Modern Garden/ Green Roof
its planting scheme. The blocks of plantings do not flow into one another, but create very distinctive features. Though the low-growing plants, such as the blue fescue (Festuca glauca), are not fully grown, we can see how they are perfect for creating the definition required between the planting blocks
Costello Kennedy Landscape Architecture Save to Ideabook Email Photo Looking down on this small formal garden design, we can clearly see the simple lines of its planting scheme. The blocks of plantings do not flow
border with plants around periphery where dogs cannot get to
I like the plants and the soil/bark. I could do without the grass yard section for the amount of space I have to work with. Additionally, grass takes the remodel out of the low maintenance upkeep.
“lawn with landscape” — Jamie's Kitchen Cabinets
5 Reviews
Classic Bluestone and Old-Chicago brick lends class to the new pool and clipped hedge knot garden. Plantings of lavender and lambs ear soften the edges of the paving. Seasonal color and movement are used throughout the garden with blooming flowers and trees. Let us help you put all the concepts that
feet tall, mounding; for mass planting, spotted in borders. 'Blue Cushion': compact growth to 18 inches; low edging. Lavandula intermedia 'Grosso': very fragrant; compact growth to 3 feet; for hedges, edging Lavandula dentata, or French lavender: long bloom season; 2 to 4 feet tall; for hedges, edging Lavandula
non-edged paths. It feels much more natural and organic. The trick is to maintain the plants to keep it from turning wild.
“mmmmh purple” — Ipyana Mwasumbwe
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